It’s turning out to be a very busy week for bride-to-be Meghan Markle.
After apparently hosting a secret hen do at the Soho Farmhouse over the weekend and being baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday evening – the 36-year-old stepped out in Birmingham today for her latest engagement with Prince Harry.
The couple arrived at Millennium Point on International Women's Day to fittingly attend an event by STEM, an organisation which helps to support and encourage young women pursuing careers in science and technology.
For the occasion Meghan opted for another one of her trusty wrap coats, this time choosing a two-tone navy and white design by American brand, J. Crew.
She paired the sophisticated £330 tailored coat with another one of her favourite wardrobe staples: a pair of black trousers, something she is rarely seen without on a royal engagement.
However, for today's rainy outing she chose to dress down, wearing a more casual pair of cut-offs by Alexander Wang.
Keeping her accessories coordinated, she paired with a classic pair of black Manolo Blahnik stilettos with a timeless £1,160 saddle bag by Altuzarra.
Her outfit was, as always, perfectly complemented by her hubby-to-be's, as Harry also stuck to navy hues, wearing a dark blue overcoat and trousers. His beige jumper also matched Meghan's neutral woollie from All Saints.